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-president obama. james holmes is due back in court today. prosecutors are expected to read the more than 100 charges against the former doctoral stunt. holmes is accused of killing 12 people and injuring 258 others and boobie trapping his apartment with explosives. >> reporter: james holmes could face first-degree murder charges for each of the 12 people who were killed inside the theater. but a former prosecutor says holmes probably won't face an additional homicide charge after one of the wounded victims suffered a miscarriage. the family of ashley moser says she lost her unborn child over the weekend. another lost to the family after moser's 6-year-old daughter, veronica, was killed in the attack. >> she came to one time and screamed, "where's my baby?" i loved her for two years. i helped raise veronica for two years. and now they're gone. >> reporter: when holmes appeared in court last week, he appeared drowsy fuelling speculation that defense may try to plead insanity. >> this is a classic case where it's going to be his mental state during the process and his mental state at the time t
the means to follow through on their intentions. >> holmes in court. the accused colorado theater gunman is expected to be arraigned today. and high-tech help. personal robots making a difference for those who need assistance the most. >> the robot has helped my husband emerge into this person that i never dreamed possible. d be possible. captioning funded by cbs >> good morning, everybody. good to be with you. i'm tyrell brown. mitt romney wraps up his visit to israel this morning. he was open to moving the u.s. embassy there. breaking a long-held u.s. policy in tell-a-viv. israel is the second stop to strengthen the foreign policy credentials. yesterday, on face the nation, romney told gm crawford his foreign policy will be based on "resolve, clarity and confidence." >> i believe as people will look at me, they'll see a person who has dealt with a number of very difficult and challenging circumstances and i've been able to successfully navigate through those and create greater strength and opportunity. >> we go to susan mcguiness. >> good morning, tyrell. before leaving israel, romney
this is for the first time we are seeing james holmes. >> there is a video freeze frame of the suspect james holmes. >> seemed especially lethargic, nonresponsive. >> maybe an act. >> doesn't seem any effort. >> didn't focus his eyes at all. >> and a nation. >> people say it's bad politics to address the issue. i think they are wrong. i'm going to try to stir it up and so is everybody else. >> to think gun control or increased gun control is the answer in my view, that would have to be proved. >> eighteen months since arizona. when are you going to do this. >> weapons of war don't belong on the streets. >> i want to get you straight out to the west coast where the attorney for the holmes family, his parents, james's parents, is beginning a press conference in san diego. let's listen. >> a bit different from the process in california. here in california if someone is arrested for a crime such as murder, the district attorney's office first files a complaint alleging what the charges are and then files a complaint. the first court appearance is an arraignment where the acc
and families. the holmes family would like to maintain their privacy. so at this time we will not be discussing james or his relationship to the family, and we would respect courtesy in that regard. so thank you very much for the ti time. [ inaudible ] >> no. >> can you describe -- [ inaudible ] >> they are doing as well as they can under the circumstances. >>. [ inaudible ] other than reports -- information about -- [ inaudible ] >> you know, we haven't been looking at all of the news reports, so i really can't comment on that. >> why has the family hired a criminal defense attorney. >> i can't comment on that either. criminal defense attorneys understand the system a lot better than civil attorneys. >> got these messages this weekend or -- [ inaudible ] >> i'm sorry? >> these messages crafted were they done this weekend or after you saw them this morning? >> throughout the process. throughout. all through the weekend when i was getting calls. [ inaudible ] >> i really can't comment on that. >> on the back of the car, there's a bumper sticker, that links to a website about depression, addictio
>> pelley: tonight the people versus james holmes. the suspect in the theatre massacre hears prosecutors charge him with mass murder. john blackstone was in the court. >> he had a kind of an evil or diabolical presence to him. >> pelley: a new diplomatic dust-up. mitt romney in the middle east says culture makes israelis economically superior to palestinians. jan crawford is with the candidate. syrian rebels hold out against the dictators' army in the ancient city of aleppo, clarissa ward has a rare report from inside syria. >> and george washington slept here. >> this is the roof under which he spent at least half of the american revolution. >> pelley: anthony mason on where the history of the reflution-- revolution will spin the future. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. james holmes heard charges today that could cost him his life if he is convicted in the colorado theatre massacre. prosecutors presented well over 100 charges in court today. 12 counts of premeditated murder. one for each of the people who died. and 12 counts of mu
in the movie shooting in colorado has back to court this morning. james holmes is expected to be formally charged. cameras will not be allowed in .he courtroom this time >> formal filing charges. prosecution is expected the hammer on james holmes. at his arraignment, he could face hundreds of charges included 12 counts of first- degree murder. and also reckless endangerment for the explosives found in his apartment. >> i do not care what the motive was. i want to see justice. >> she said she will be in the .ourt room she was shot several times. >> it was because of stress and trauma. >> many buried their loved ones over the weekend. at the center of this investigation is a notebook that school.ent to the >> a psychologist or psychiatrist may pose a threat states they are obligated to do something. >> a breach of confidentiality will lobby that in today. >> the movie theater that was scene of the shooting did any uniformed security duty the night of the incident. guards arered as generally aren't and spent time or dealing with disputes. stay with abc 7 news for continuing coverage of this
by investigators is quoted by the "wall street journal" as calling it a witch hunt. >>> james holmes, the suspect in the colorado shooting massacre faces 142 felony counts, including two first-degree murder charges for each of the 12 people he's accused of killing. prosecutors are still deciding whether to pursue the death penalty. john blackstone has our report. >> reporter: this was holmes in court last week, the last time we saw him on camera. this time, the judge barred cameras from the courtroom. some of those still healing from wounds suffered in the theater shooting came to the court to see him formally charged. ali garby, whose 16-year-old son suffered a head wound, came in search of an answer. >> i want to ask him why he did this. i mean, you know, they were -- you know, why he did it. >> reporter: but holmes said just one word. the judge asked if he agreed to waive his right to a preliminary hearing in 35 days. holmes replied, "yes." >> he had kind of an evil or a diabolical presence to him. >> reporter: maryellen hansen came on behalf of her niece, ashley moser, who was shot in the nec
off. >>> the accused. james holmes, the suspect in the deadly colorado shooting rampage, heads back to court to hear formal charges. >>> and miracle of life. the san diego zoo celebrates a record birth by a 20-year-old panda. very good morning to you. i'm veronica de la cruz. those stories and more straight ahead. this is "first look" on msnbc. >>> now we begin this morning with foreign relations. republican presidential hopeful mitt romney is in poland today on the last leg of a three-country trip where he's meeting with foreign leaders and talking tough on iran all in an effort to beef up his foreign policy credentials. nbc's brian mooar joins us live from washington with details. brian, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, veronica. in israel, romney did take a hard line on iran but didn't overtly criticize u.s. policy. -- tour brings him to poland today after a successful stop in israel and a visit to london, memorable for all the wrong reasons. in israel, he sent a strong message to iran. >> my message to the people of israel and the leaders of iran is one and the sa
their charges at colorado shooting suspect james holmes. family and friends of the victims looked on. holmes still in his flame red hair. his reaction, seemed dazed. the charge, 140 counts of murder or attempted murder. the attack left 12 people dead, 58 people wounded in the premiere of the batman movie 10 days ago. clayton sandell covered the case from the beginning. he was in the court today. >> do you feel a little better today. >> reporter: rita paulino was shot three times but today climbed out of her hospital bed to see the man who put her there. james holmes was back in court today to hear the charges against him. cameras were banned but holmes demeanor much the same as when we saw him last week. eyes sometimes wide open, other times staring at the floor. hair still orange. he was charged with 24 counts of first degree murder, two counts for each person killed. because prosecutors say holmes acted both with premeditation or extreme indifference. he was also charged with 116 counts of attempted murder and for possessing an explosive device. former marine donald later was in the theate
is to be formally charged with murder later today. james holmes expected to face 12 counts of murder in the first degree and hundreds of other counts, attempted murder and assault. >> if he gets convicted of one count of first degree murder, the punishment will be either the death penalty or life without possibility of parole. >> we are also learning that the company which runs the aurora theater hired offduty police officers as security guards in other locations but none on duty at the aurora theater. >>> syrian troops are unleashing heavy fire power on rebel positions in its largest city. as the the battle intensifies, the u.n. says more than 200,000 people have fled the city of aleppo in two days. abc's reporter is inside northern syria and brings us the latest. >> reporter: fighting continued to rage in aleppo, syria's commercial can't. shelling neighborhoods taken by opposition forces desperately clinging on calling for heavier weapons. we crossed into syria early this morning, our first stop was a city which had seen heavy violence last month outside aleppo. there hardly seemed to be a sing
massacre gunman james holmes will be doing a few hours from now. >> what we can expect in court. the demands for colorado families justice confronted with grief. it's monday, july 30th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >>> good monday morning, everybody. i'm rob nelson. >> and i'm paula faris. we are taking you to aurora, colorado for our top story. and there is outrage in mississippi this morning after a church refuses to marry an african-american couple part of the congregation. they say they were turned away because of their race. this is the 21st century. if something like this is happening it makes you question. >> oh, mississippi, mississippi. >>> all right, this morning, terror in northern california. aboard a brand new theme park ride called superman, ultimate flight. yeah, turned out to be an ultimate scare. those folks got stuck 150 feet up in the air. >> are they still up there? at this moment? we'll be taking you live to northern california. >> breaking news. >>> no secret the mayor of new york is health conscious and -- among other things. wait
are expected to file formal charges against 24-year-old james holmes. nbc's leeanne gregg is live outside for us the county courthouse in centennial, colorado, with the details. leanne, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. extra security is in place for the hearing later this morning. the courtroom is expected to be packed when holmes could face hundreds of charges. >> call people versus james holmes. >> reporter: all eyes again will be upon james holmes today just as during his first court appearance last week when he was read his rights. then holmes appeared dazed, unable to focus. >> you have a right to romaemai silent. >> reporter: court documents say prosecutors will seek 12 counts of attempted murder, first-degree among other charges. for the first time the suspect will officially hear what he faces in conjunction with the shooting deaths of 12 people and injuries of 58 others. a decision on whether to seek the death penalty could still be months away. the district attorney wants input from victims' families and survivors. >> if the death penalty is sought, that's a very long pr
pelley. >> pelley: james holmes heard charges today that could cost him his life if he is convicted in the colorado theater massacre. prosecutors presented well over 100 charges in court today. 12 counts of premeditated murder, one for each of the people who died. and 12 counts of murder with extreme indifference to human life, again one for each of the dead. those charges carry the death penalty. holmes is also charged with 116 counts of attempted murder. two counts for each of the people prosecutors say were injured, two counts each because the prosecutors haven't decided which law they will use at trial. some victims and some relatives - re in the courtroom in cntennial, colorado, and so was john blackstone. blhn, what did you see? >> scott, well, james holmes still has orange hair and he looks as if he hasn't shaved todae he was arrested. but in court today he showed no emotion. and he stared up at the ceiling. he often opened his eyes very wide for no apparent reason. but he never made eye contact with the victims or their families who were in the courtroom. >> reporter: this w
shooting rampages in u.s. history. police say 24-year-old james holmes kicked open the theater's back door, tossed in smoke devices and came in shooting. he was dressed in black wearing a gas mask and body armor, armed with an assault rifle, a 12-gauge shotgun and two glock handguns. ten were killed at the scene, two died later. steven burton is among the 58 injured. >> at the time i thought it was fireworks, then i got hit here and i realized it was sml much more serious. and people started screaming. there was a lot of chaos. >> at that moment i just remember thinking i'm not going to die in here. me and my kids, we're not going to die in here. i need to get them out. i need to get out. and all i could think was if i stand up, he's going to shoot because that's what he was doing. and i was just trying to think. >> reporter: a few miles away the suspect's apartment described by aurora officials as extensively booby-trapped, continues to be a focus of the investigation. with help of a robot officials are working on a plan to disarm what appears to be bottles connected with wires with possi
. >> as the judge throws a long list of serious charges at james holmes. it is the last day of july, tuesday, the 31st. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >>> well, good tuesday morning. i'm sunny hostin in for paula faris. >> you can tell her first day back on the shift. she is so chipper. >> i am. sugar and caffeine. my best friends. >> those are two very close allies of this staff. good morning, everybody, i'm rob nelson. get the latest from colorado and our top story in just a second. >>> then a story out of new jersey. that's where a 12-year-old girl had to think like a grown-up. riding with her grandfather in his truck, the unthinkable happened while he was behind the wheel. you will be very impressed with this young lady. >> absolutely. >>> and also this morning, which member of team usa lost out on a gold medal by .08. you know i am obsessed with the olympics. the events that are getting the british royal treatment in london right now. >> wow. >> look at that. >> the royal sightings. there in full effect. >>> later what nick jonas and merritt ey-- mariah carey could have
for each of the dead. those charges carry the death penalty. holmes is also charged with 116 counts of attempted murder. two counts for each of the people prosecutors say were injured, two counts each because the prosecutors haven't decided which law they will use at trial. some victims and some relative-- relatives were in the courtroom in centennial colorado and so was john blackstone. john, what did you see? >> scott, well, james holmes still has orange hair and he looked as if he hasn't shaved since he was arrested. but in court today he showed no emotion. and he stared up at the ceiling. he often opened his eyes very wide for no apparent reason. but he never made eye contact with the victims or their families who were in the courtroom. >> reporter: this was holmes in court last week, the last time we saw him on camera. this time the judge barred cameras from the courtroom. some of those still healing from wounds suffered in the theatre shooting came to the court to see him formally charged. ali garbi whose 16-year-old son suffered a head wound came in search of an answer. >> i
appearance since the horrific tragedy that left 12 people dead and 58 others injured. james holmes had dyed orange/red hair and seemed dazed and glassy eyed. sometimes closing his eyes as the hearing proceeded. he didn't say anything in court and seemed disconnected. even when the judge talked about the victims. >> for protection order if you'd hand a copy. shall not possess or control a firearm or other weapon. shall not consume alcoholic beverages and controlled substances. and not to commit any new offenses. >> investigators are now looking at his computer and other items found in his apartment trying to piece together who he is and why he allegedly walked into a movie theater and started shooting innocent people. holmes reportedly began struggling at school this past semester doing poorly on exams. police say it was during this time he began buying a huge amount of ammunition online. around that time, some time in may, he began buying guns from local shops. in early june, he suddenly dropped out of the ph.d. program. and a few weeks later, he applied to join a gun club. leaving such a b
's ahead relatives of the victims watched as james holmes walked into the court. and now we know the charges he will face. >> read 142 counts in court today. >> shepard: including two counts of murder for each victim. tonight, what unfolded inside the courtroom. plus, is he even sane enough to stand trial? wal-mart bomb threats. at least 11 stores affected. >> we have seen people running in, walking out of wal-mart. >> now developments in the search for a suspect. and hiccups at the olympics from all those empty seats to an important set of stadium security keys that just disappeared. tonight, revealing the troubles at the 2012 games about. but first from fox this monday night. 116 counts of attempted murder. and 24 counts of murder in the first degree. those are among the charges prosecutors unveiled today against the man accused of opening fire at the movie theater in colorado. 12 people died in that attack in aurora earlier this month. but prosecutors hit james holmes with two dozen murder charges. one set of charges for deliberately setting out to kill people. another for som
to the media following the advisement meeting of suspected killer james holmes. let's take a listen. >> -- that we can provide them information in a variety of ways, including through the press, if that's acceptable. you saw what happened today in court. there was what's called a rule five advisement, where the judge basically told the defendant what constitutional rights he can expect to have in this case. you heard the judge say that there was a probable cause determination. in colorado we do an initial probable cause determination to make sure that there's kind of an overview of the evidence so that the court knows that there's enough evidence to continue to hold the defendant. the defendant is being held without bond at this point in time. eventually there will be a preliminary hearing and a proof evident presumption break hearing and we will ask the court to continue holding him without bond. so are there any questions? >> i'm gary peterson from cbs. i was part of the media that was actually in the courtroom and i was struck by the fact that the defendant seemed to have no emot
, james holmes, did not seem engaged at all. he didn't look at the judge, he was asked if he had anything to say, had no response. his attorneys spoke for him. again, throughout the 11 minute proceeding, really didn't seem to be engaged with anything or anyone. >> mike, i notice that the d.a. was asked whether she thought or knew if holmes was on some kind of medication, precisely because he seemed so catatonic. she didn't seem to have an answer. >> reporter: she didn't have an answer to that. that's up to the department of corrections, if there's maintenance medication. brian williams pointed out he had been on before, we don't know that. that hasn't been revealed. perhaps he had taken those. he was in solitary since the time he was brought to the arapahoe county jail, segregated from general population for his entire time there. he had no visitors at all in that time, perhaps just in the holding room here to meet with his attorneys, public defenders, for the first time. not only didn't have any visitors but wasn't even talking to the cops, reportedly not cooperating in any way since he
moving forward with the case against james holmes by charging the former graduate student with 24 counts of murder. two for each of his alleged victims. as nbc's mike tybee reporie tia, those are among dozens of charges he is facing. >> reporter: no camera in the courtroom, just a sketch artist, but 24-year-old suspect james holmes, so dazed and unengaged last week, was aletter and attentive as the judge told him he faced 142 separate felony charges, includes 2 death penalty counts, one for first degree murder after deliberation, and a second for murder with extreme indifference for each of the 12 victims killed. >> these are two alternative ways of getting a first degree murder guilty verdict. >> reporter: but some victims' relatives are already saying they don't want the death penalty. mary ellen hansen's niece, ashley moser, wounded and hospitalized, suffered a miscarriage, and is mother of veronica moser-sullivan, who was killed. >> i believe he should be locked away, and live with what he did every day of his life. >> reporter: unanswered in court, questions involving university of
: there was no camera in the courtroom today just a sketch artist but 24-year-old suspect james holmes so dazed and unengaged last week was alert and attentive as the judge told him he faced 142 separate felony charges. that includes two death penalty counts, one for first-degree murder after deliberation and a second for murder with extreme indifference for each of the 12 victims killed. >> these are two alternative ways of getting a first-degree murder guilty verdict. >> reporter: but some victims' relatives are already saying they don't want the death penalty. mary ellen hanson's niece ashley moser, still hospitalized, suffered a miscarriage saturday and is the mother of 6-year-old veronica moser sullivan the youngest victim killed. >> i do believe he should be probably just locked away and live with what he did every day of his life. >> reporter: unanswered in court questions involving university of colorado psychiatrist dr. lynn fenton. holmes, a former ph.d student there, was a psychiatric patient of dr. fenton who in 2005 was disciplined by a state medical board for inappropriately dispe
the apartment of james holmes, the suspected colorado shooter. a law enforcement official has described to cnn video taken from inside the apartment. he said it was set up like something from iraq or afghanistan. 30 improvised grenades rigged to a control box in the kitchen and gas containers filled with ten gallons of gas, allegedly for the purpose of adding more fuel to the fire in an explosion. cnn's jim spelman is in aurora, colorado, right outside the theater where the shooting happened. the description of the apartment is extraordinary and terrifying. what else do you know about it? >> reporter: just trying to picture 30 of the home-made grenades filled with black powder and gas containers around to amplify the fire after these things went off. all set to a srs of trip wires. one set to go off when the first person who goes in opens the door. it took them almost two days to come up with a strategy to eliminate them. ultimately they used water to disrupt the control box. these things were so volatile, they had to carry each one out in a bucket of sand to a dump truck, take them out into t
and talk to him. >> on july 2nd, holmes ordered a bulletproof vest, knife, and other gear online. police say it looks like holmes was planning this for months. adding to the shock for people in aurora, colorado. thousands attended a vigil for the victims on sunday. president obama met with their families last night and today he talked about the victims who served in the military during a speech to the veterans of foreign wars. >> these patrons were willing to serve in faraway lands yet they were taken from us here at home. yesterday they conveyed a message to their families on behalf of all americans. we honor your loved ones. we salute their service. and as you summon the strength to carry on, we stand with you as one united american family. >> joining me now is clint van zandt, a former fbi profiler now an nbc news analyst. and dave cullen, author of "columbine." it's the definitive book about the shootings at columbine high school in 1999. thanks to both of you for being here tonight. >> thanks for having me. >> clint, let me start with you. >> sure. >> what struck you about james hol
rick. i'm jenna lee. we're half an hour away where suspected mass murderer james holmes will hear the formal charges which the rampage killed 12 and lefts to's it of dozen dozen of others injured. holmes had the dyed reddish orange hair. he seemed dazed. this time around we'll not get a look at him because the judge banned cameras inside the courtroom. the judge issuing a gag order in the case. defense attorneys say it has been repeatedly violated pointing to recent leaks to the media and they will likely bring that up as an issue in today's hearing. alicia acuna is live in colorado with more. alicia? >> reporter: jenna, there are a few things on tap for today in addition to the filing of charges. james holmes will be in courtroom number 201 for the filing of charges in the expectation is that at minimum there will be 12 first-degree murder charges. there are two crime scenes that we know of. the theater where the shooting took place and. this is up to the direct attorney. >> carol chambers is an aggressive no-nonsense prosecutor. she debated the death penalty in her own mind. she
in the suspect's apartment. jim? >> one thing that everyone is talking about in the demeanor of james holmes in the courtroom. on front page of every paper. his red hair, his big eyes. you were inside the court, jim, what did it seem like to you? >> we didn't know what to expect. the first question on everybody's mind is would his hair be red. we had heard that from law enforcement sources. all the witnesses who were in the theater say he was wearing a helmet and mask. so that was the first thing was seeing his red hair after he described himself as the joker. this guy just looked dazed, he looked weak. he looked small to me and after initially scanning the crowd when he walked in, the rest of the time he more or less just looked straight ahead. meantime back in the seats of the courtroom. family members could not take their eyes off him. i saw parents of people who had died just staring at him the whole time. and you could tell it was a very emotional time for them. and they're there in the courtroom where they can't show any kind of emotional all. they have to be quiet. very typical for th
, we heard from the aurora police chief and he described how his officers identified james holmes as the suspect and not a s.w.a.t. officer despite all of his ballistic gear. >> there was one particular piece of equipment that he had on him that was out of place. i am so proud of my officers that they spotted that right away and chal llenged him. in that chaos, it is quite reasonable that an officer might have confused him for a s.w.a.t. officer or a heavily armed officer responding to the scene. so kudos to my two cops who grabbed this guy and that sharp observation that they made immediately that led them to suspect him as being a suspect. >> there is more we are learning about the 24-year-old suspected of mass murder. he will appear in court tomorrow morning for the first time and the sheriff says holmes is isolated from other inmates. reports suggest he is now also refusing to talk with police. >>> as for his boobytraped apartment, the fbi detonated explosives they collected there in a remote, desert area. they will analyze the remnants at fbi headquarters. officials say the t
, that professor was actually james holmes' psychiatrist, dr. lynn fenton. she is the head of student medical health services at the university of colorado's aurora campus. and according to holmes' attorney, mr. holmes was a psychiatric patient of dr. fenton and his communications with her are protected. that attorney is now trying to get ahold of that package and the contents of which, according to cbs news, supposedly describe how holmes would kill people. the information is privileged, according to holmes' attorney, confidential and should not be in the hands of the police. > now, i want to tell you this, on monday, school officials, including the campus police chief did answer some questions. and i want you to specifically listen to this exchange i had with the police chief regarding holmes' interaction with the campus security. >> did your department or any of your officers have any interaction with this student whatsoever? >> we -- i don't have any information on him at all. >> did you do a records check on him? >> yes. and as you already know, i think there was a traffic ticket from au
. what do we expect to happen exactly later this hour? >> sure, within the next 30 minutes, james holmes will make his way from the jail through an underground tunnel to the courthouse where he'll hear the official charges against m. at a minimum, 12 counts of first degree murder. numerous counts of attempted first degree murder and other charges likely around that booby-trapped apartment that he allegedly left behind when he went to the movie theater. now, in addition to lawyers, prosecutors, and holmes showing up here, people who were in that theater that night have arrived here. they want to make sure that their voice is heard. take a listen. >> we're here to, we feel, to represent strength that the community has. we're here to represent a lack of fear of what this individual tried to cause. we're trying to show with our presence to the community that yes, he's here, but we're here also. the man was a coward, we're here to show we have strength, and now we're willing to fight back. >> at some point in the near future, also, we anticipate that the defense will ask for a comp taenls hea
was seeing. what more do we know about the parcel that holmes had mailed his psychiatrist and could we learn more about this? >> last monday, three days after the shooting at a mail room in the university of colorado, this package arrived containing a notebook addressed to a psychiatrist holmes was seeing. that much we know. the defense is saying, look, this is privileged communications between a doctor and patient. we want to have that. the judge will decide on that part of this today. it tells us that he was seeing a psychiatrist, but it doesn't tell us how long he was seeing her or why he was seeing her. we still have so many more questions about that and what degree of mental health care he may have been getting looding up to this, and the big question, was there any kind of forewarning about this? we still don't have the answers to any of those questions, kyra. >> jim spellman, thanks so much. we'll talk more about that and the legal ins and outs with paul cowin at the bottom of the hour. >> mitt romney's world tour moved into poland today. the stop followed a day and a half in israel a
-year-old james holmes appeared in a denver courtroom to hear the charges against him. observers say he appeared far more aware and alert of what was going on than his first court appearance. he's accused of killing 12 people and wounding 58 but is being charged twice for each victim. 24 counts of murder and 116 counts of attempted murder. the maximum under colorado law. if found guilty on all charges, holmes could face the death penalty. swreel much more on today's developments including the victims who showed up for today's hearing in 30 minutes. >>> jury selection also began today between apple and samsung, a $2.5 billion lawsuit that could change the smart phone industry. several hundred potential jurors filed into the courthouse in san jose today. the judge addressing them saying, quote, this will be an interesting case. a patent expert says it will test the boundaries that cover design and the look and final of a product. >>> california's high speed rail could one day whisk you from the bay area to las vegas. private developers are gambling on a plan to build a second bullet train
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officer. >> reporter: as we have been talking about, holmes faces his first court appearance tomorrow. as far as other evidence collected here last night, the fbi also left with a lab top and a hard drive. back to you. >> kristin dahlgren, many thanks for that. as kristin was just saying, he will be in court tomorrow. for more on the legal process ahead, i'm joined by former prosecutor and criminal defense attorney, sima are. what do you expect to happen tomorrow? >> tomorrow is the initial advise many. bail is not an issue, because he has been remanded because of so many homicides involved. at this point, there is a difference between when police brings charges and the d.a. decides what charges are going to be indicted. this is the time when mr. holmes is going to be advised of his constitutional rights. >> so we have 12 killed, 58 injured. when you talk about the charges, the difference between police and what the d.a. brings, how do they decide that and what do you expect to see? >> the d.a. is going to look at different counts of murder and decide what can i prove? what i suspect
. it will be a little longer than the first time that we had a court appearance by james holmes. tell us a little bit some of the other hearing matters that could come up. >> reporter: yes. judge william sylvester also has to make some ruling on a couple more motions. one is a motion by the defense regarding a package it said that in court documents that james holmes sent to his psychiatrist, dr. lynn fenton. the defense argued this package contained privileged information between patient and doctor and wants it turned over immediately. it accused the government leaking manufacturing to the media. 20 media organizations including fox news have a motion with the judge as well there is to unseal certain document in the case and the publics that legitimate interest knowing what action taken by a number of officials in the case. things get underway in the arapahoe court in a few minutes. back to you guys. jenna: alicia, thank you. rick: on to politics now and governor mitt romney wrapping up his high-profile three-nation tour in poland today. the republican presidential candidate is spending the last 36
. james holmes did not enter a plea today. but given the questions about his mental health and the news that he was seeing a psychiatrist legal experts say it's likely the former neuroscience student will try some sort of insanity defense. alicia acuna live in centennial colorado with the news tonight. alyssia, prosecutors still have to decide whether they want the government to kill him for his crimes, if convicted. >> that's right, shep. and the district attorney has indicated that's her preference. but carol chambers has more than a month to decide. today chambers held back on what her office could have charged holmes with, deciding to focus more on the victims in the theater than his apartment building, which police say he rigged to explode. experts say the defense will drag this out. >> given that this is likely a death penalty case, the strategy of the defense is to keep their client alive as long as possible. every opportunity to delay and get continuances i expect we will see that pursued. >> a conviction could also result in several life sentences. shep? >> shepard: what happen
willing be back in courts today. james holmes will formally charged later this morning. news 4's angie goff is live with more. >> good morning to you, yoourn. hours away from hearing the formal charges against james holmes for the first time. the 24-year-old will be charged on the shooting spree that killed a dozen people and jirpd 58 others. holmes will likely face 12 counteds of first degree murder and numerous attempted first degree murder counts. the district attorney says her office is still months away on deciding whether to seek the death penalty. she wants input from victims and their families. at its first court appearance last week, holmes appeared out of it, very dazed and confused. legal experts say an insanity defense seems probable. as for details of the case, things have been airtight. but at today's hearing a chance for new information to emerge. holmes' lawyers are expected to ask that a notebook he sent to his psychiatrist before the shootings be turned over to the defense. the debate, whether that notebook, that reportedly details holmes' plan can be used in court as
the alleged shooter, james holmes in court yesterday. mike taibbi is live in centennial, colorado, watching that for us. what's the latest on the investigation? >> reporter: the investigation will continue, but there are only a few elements still to be investigated. the forensic scene at theater and the suspect's apartment has been completed at this point. they're still checking how it was and by what means the suspect james holmes was able to have some 50 packages filled with all the supplies that added up to his alleged arsenal, were given to him, either at an address at the university of colorado where he'd been a grad student or at his apartment about five blocks from the campus. they're talking to officials at the university about that at this point. the two moisture decisions still being made in the case is whether the prosecution will go for the death penalty. that decision will be made within 60 days after the arraignment. and at that arraignment, the second part of the story, will the defense go for an ngi, lawyers call it a not guilty by reason of insanity, but that keeps the arra
to seek the death penalty. james holmes attended elementary school in castro valley and central california. he was known as ginnie. a former friend says he would always compete with other friends to be the best student but basically got along with everybody >> one of the shooting victims could need up to $2 million to cover medical care. money is being raised for a man who was shot in the eye. he has no health insurance and remains in an induced coma. his wife is about to give birth to their first child. >> we talked to him because we know he can hear us and we tell him he needs to get better because he needs to be a father. >> he is a strong guy and i'm not used to him like that. i don't ever want to see him like that again >> so far, friends of raised more than $50,000. you can find continuing coverage on our website. >> the colorado movie massacre has prompted jitters among other moviegoers. three men accused of making thread during or after watching the new batman movie have been arrested in separate incidents. a 52 year-old suspect is accused of making threats when the film started la
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holmes will be back in court, but there will be no pictures of him this time. judge william sylvester put the hammer down. no cell phones, laptops, ipads, or audio tapes allowed either all to make sure he gets a fair trial. jim spelman is live in sev centennial, colorado, where prosecutors are about to lay o their case against him, holmes, rather. >> reporter: just over two hours holmes will make his way from the jail right here through an underground tunnel into the courthouse to hear what's bound to be a long list of charges against him. at the hearing where accused gunman james holmes is scheduled to be formally charged his attorneys will argue that a package holmes sent to a psychiatrist before the shootings is protected communication between doctor and patient. this after a weekend of mourning for victims at memorial and funeral services in ohio, illinois, and texas. for matt quinn and third generation navy man larimer who died while shielding their it girlfriends of gunfire -- >> greater love to lay down his life for friends. >> reporter: and for jessica, a budding sportscaster whos
something unusual. jaenls holmes is accused of killing 12 people in an aurora theater. today prosecutors charged him with 24 counts of murder, two for each victim. one count for premeditated murder, the other for extreme indifference to life. cameras were not allowed in the courtroom for today's hearing. what you're seeing is the original hearing. some shooting victims and dozens of family members were there. they say holmes' demeanor was different from his first court appearance. >> when we've seen him before, he looked like he was kind of spaced out or out of touch. he looked very, very alert today and very lucid as to what was going on. >> holmes said just one word out loud in the courtroom today. he answered yes when the judge asked if he wanted to waive his right to a preliminary hearing within 35 days. >>> new tonight at 5:00, oakland police are hoping a photo will help someone identify a suspect in a recent homicide. investigators just released this photo of a wallet they say is similar to the victims. the wallet is very distinctive and has a picture of a 1000 peso note on it. the
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